1poundpasta4 boxes of varying shapes - suggested farfalle medium shells, penne rigate, rotini, macaroni
Divide pasta equally into 5 separate resealable bags.
Add 1 tablespoon rubbing alcohol and 10-15 drops of color to a bag.
Seal and knead gently to evenly distribute color Let set for 2 minutes.
Repeat with remaining colors.
Dry pasta on a baking sheet for a minimum of 2 hours, or overnight to ensure full drying of food coloring.
To use, mix together pasta and play!
Store pasta in a dry environment like a mason jar, sealed Tupperware, or gallon-sized plastic baggie. If it gets water in it, it will bleed dye. This particular recipe is not for eating. Please see the full article to a link of dyed spaghetti that you can eat with different ingredients. Substituting 70% isopropyl rubbing alcohol for vodka or vinegar is widely used, however, the results can be soggy or less bright, therefore I do not recommend it at this time for these results.